DrupalCon is the official conference of the Drupal community, designed to attract an international audience since Drupal became an open source project in 2001. It's produced by the Drupal Association and a fabulous group of volunteers from across the globe.
We will be hosting the 2013 European DrupalCon at the The Prague Congress Centre, located in the beautiful city of Prague, in the Czech Republic.
The Theme: One to Many
Inspired by Prague's Astronomical Clock, DrupalCon Prague’s theme, "One to Many" embodies and explores the maturation of Drupal, and the dichotomy between its evolution and the constancy of its community values.
Much like its host city, Drupal continues to evolve with the world and its possibilities over time, yet does so with a keen eye toward preserving the core values of its community. Just as Prague has meticulously preserved its classicism and architecture into the modern age, Drupal’s community actively safeguards its core values of openness, accessibility, and inclusion, even as the technology has entered the realm of major enterprise platforms.
Who should attend
DrupalCon is a great opportunity to connect with Drupal developers and users from all across the globe in person. All are welcome to attend, as we will have content covering a wide span of topics and experience levels. This conference will be presented entirely in English.
- Developers - experienced and new-to-Drupal
- Drupal community - current users of Drupal, sys admins, themers, site builders, etc..
- Drupal users - Content authors and end users of Drupal
- Drupal businesses - CxO, managers, project leads
- Drupal curious - anyone wanting to learn about open source Drupal CMS
DrupalCon attracts a worldwide audience of both new users and veterans of Drupal. If you or your organization actively use Drupal, or even if you never have but want to learn, DrupalCon is your chance to engage the community, learn from others, and share your experiences.